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11 0 Many persons have their good day and their bad day. Others are about half sick all the time. They have headache, backache, and are restless and nervous. Food does not taste good, and the digestion Is poor; the skin Is dry and sallow and disfigured with pimples or eruptions; sleep brings no rest and work Is-a burden. What is the cause of all this? Impure blood. And the remedy? It clears out the channels through which poisons are carried from the body. When all impurities are removed from the blood nature takes right hold and completes the cure. If there is constipation, take Ayer's Pills. They awaken the drowsy action of the liver; they cure biliousness. Ytrlto to our Doctor W hare the excluslyo serrlees t some ot the most eminent Physicians In .k. Tt.it.J Ct.K. Writn fi-MflT fell tha 0 particular! in your cane. You will re ceive m proniu nyii 'iWftlLJ. r.. AVER. Lowell, Mass. Non-Uurnable Hood. -The terrible fate of some of the Spanish ships struck by American shells has emphasized the need of ren dering wood proof against fire, if it is henceforth to be employed in naval vessels. Wood that will not burn is, of course, equally important in .build ings. Recently an American invention for rendering wood non-inflammable has been tested on a considerable scale in England. The sap is first with drawn from the wood by evaporation in heated vacuum chambers. Then a flre-proofine solution is forced Into the pores of the timber under hydraulla pressure. It Is claimed that wood thus treated resists decay as well as fire. A man follows precedent as long as it benefits him. Go to your grocer to-day and get a 15c. package of It takes the place of cof fee at J the cost. Made from pure grains it is nourishing and health ful. InnUt that eonr rrooer rites rou GRAIN -O. Accept no u&itaiion. CURE YOURSELF! TT.a Tils CI fn. n r. n discharftes, Inflammations, minions or ulcerations of in neons membranes. I.inl... .nt nnt ..Irlr.. ItheEvmCheiiicaiCO. et or poisonous. sold tj Drurrisu, or sent In tilaln wrarner. by express, rrepsid, lor II .(V, or 3 liottlea, 2.75. Circular tent on requei S AGENTS WANTED TO SELL "Cur Native Herbs" The Great Blood Purifier and Liver Regulator 200 Days' Treatment $1.00. Containing A Registered GuarsilWa 32-page Book and Testimonials, FREE. Bent by mall, postage paid. the: alonzo o. bliss co. WASHINGTON, D. C. 7Not Sold by Druggists. 1,000 newspapers Arc now using our International Type-High Plates Sawed to LABOR-SAYING LENGTHS. They will save time In your composing room a they can bo bandied even quicker than type. Noextracharpe Is made for sawing plates to short lenpth.H. Send a trial order to this office and bo convinced. WESTERN NEWSPAPER UNION, DETROIT, MICH. I.J I iiU.U WHt-L'k Li I I Ucan)UKti Byrup. Tastes UooO, UM in limn, mhh ry oniirci'ta. v 1 1 I 1 1 f gi I MSS.ysX I IXJAI s.t to nrtatara. vrVcmc:.mo.r-n - , . ui It e ware of Ointments fur Catarrh that Contain Mercury, as irereury will surely destroy the sense of mik'U uiul cnuijiii'tcMy iW-rnnire the whole system when entering it through tiic mucous surfaces. Such articles KhouUl never be used except on prescription from rciutuble physicians, as tho Uumairo tlicy will ilo is ten fold to tho good you can possibly derive from them. IIuU'h Catarrh Cure, manufactured by 1 J. Cheney &. Co., To ledo, O., contains no mercury, und Is taken In ternally, mtlng Uirecilv vpun the Mood ami mucous Mirfai cs of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be Mire yovi get tho genuine. It Is taken Internally, und 'nmdo in Toledo, Ohio, by J. Cheney &Co. Testimonials free. Sold bv Druggists, price T.h. per bottlo Hall's Family Pills arc the best. It's unwise to boast of your pen eal'ifjv, Even if you succeed in tracing it back to Adam an J Eve you haven t any me best ol the otners. To California. Attention is called to the excellent tervice of the North-Western Line to California and the favorable rates which have been made for single and round trip tickets for this season's travel. Best accommodations In first class or tourist sleeping cars, which run through every day in the year. Per sonally conducted tourist car parties every week to California and Oregon. Choice of a large number of different routes without extra charge. Particu lars cheerfully given upon application to agents Chicaso & North-Western U'y, or connecting lines. Labor is a pood cure for melancholy. We seldom hear of a laborer traveling the suicide route. Ilodily pain loses its terror if you've a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil in the house. Instant relief in cases of burns, cuts, sprains, accidents of any sort. ' The tramp would rather po to jail than be eaurht in the toils. Eczema, scald head, hives, itchiness of the skin of any sort instantly re lieved, permanently cured. Doan's Ointment. At any drug store. Happiness often depends upon what we do with our spare time. "Neplccted colds make fat grave-yards.-' Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup helps men and women to a happy, vigorous old age. Ungrammatically speaking the plu ral of baby must be twins. Women love a clear, healthy com plexion. Pure blood makes it. Bur dock Ulood Hitters makes pure blood. A man may know love by heart and yet be unable to define it. A sharp tongue Is more essential to the modern prize tighter than a strong arm. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Hromo Qulnlno Tablets. AH druggists refund the money if it falls to cure. V5c. The genuine has L. 11 Q. on each tablet. Some men snatch victory from defeat, but m ire snatch defeat from victory. PUS Permanent! CurJ. No fit or nervousness artef fcrst Jay's n.a of Ir. Kline's Great erve Restorer. Send for FUEK S'4.00 trial bottle and treatise. Dbl K. LL Kxin. LUi..Jl Area St.. Philadelphia, 1'a. - - The n. t timt stupcfie tiie brain by day keeps It unduly active at night. II r. Carter's K. II. Ten doe what other medicines do not do. It repulates the four important orjratiH of ihe bodythe Stom ach Liver. Kidneys and bowels. 25c package. When a man sintrs his own praise he Invar lably guts the tune too high. The Mellfntrl ( roup Xeekluce Is the only 4'roii H'ifi'fni.'ird known or s.jld. Price by mail 2'jc. Medicated Croup Necklace Co.,Oakmont, Pa The season Is druwimr nigh when the plumber will have a lead-pipe cinch. Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup For rhtlUTi'ti teething.sof tens the iru t'"-reduces inflam mation, tiluj a (iain, cures windcullc. 25 ceutsa botUe. Truth may bo stranper than fiction, but It Is les valuable in literature. If Tniunnt to lenru TelrBrnphy sontl to the CHATHAM SCHOOL OF TK LEU It A PHY, Chatham, X. Y., for tree catalogue. I never used bo quick a cure as lMso's Cure for Consumption. J. if. l'aimer, uox iwi, oeamo, Wash., Nov. , lty.. The rr.an whn makes tho most dollars usually I makes tie fewest friends. "Then are no cross bableH or Blck babies In families that uho lirown'a Teething CordlaL" Livlncby one's wits has been recommended as an un.l-fat remedy. COULD NOT SLEEP. Mrs. liakham Roliovod Hor of All Her Troubles. Mrs. Madge IJadcock, 170 Second St., Grind Rapids, Mich., had ovarian trouble with its attendant aches and piins, now she is well. Here are her own words: " Your Vegeta ble Compound has made me feel liko a new person. A Uefore I be-: J pan taking it l was an run down, felt tired and sleepy most I of the time, 1 had pains in back and 1 my I kWIp. and such terrible L-r- headaches IVf all the time, 1 1 I .i i,t nn sleep well nights. I al so had ovarian trouble. Through the advice of a friend I began the use of LydiaE. Pinkham's Vege table Compound, and since tnkincr it all troublcshavc gone. My monthly sicknessused to be so painful, but have not had the slightest pain since taking your medicine. I cannot praise jour Vegetable Compound too much. My husband and friends see such a change in mc. I look so much better and have some color in my face." Mrs. rmkhaminvitfs women who ar ill to write to her fit Lynn, Mass., for advice, which h freely o.Tcrcd I W , r THE NEWS CONDENSED. The 15th U. S. infantry has sailed from Savannah for Nuevitas, Cuba. King Menelik has refused Maj. Mart-hand permission to traverse Abyssinia. A powder mill at Lamottc, Mo., blew up, killing six men and wounding sev eral others. Thirty Spanish transports are now on the wny to Cuba to take Spanish troops homo. The resignation of Marshal llhtnco as captain-general of Cuba has been accepted by Spain. Rear-Admiral Winfield S. Schley was tendered a complimentary dinner vy the Rrooklyn club. Since the U. S. bankruptcy law went into effect July 1, over 1700 petitions in voluntary bankruptcy have been tiled. The Knights of Labor, at their Chi cago convention, elected John W. Par sons, of New York, general master workman. Jotura Komura, envoy extraordinary ister nleninotentiary of Japan to the United States, has arrived at Washington. Col. Hood, of the evacuation com mission has taken possession of liol guin and appointed Col. Rodriguez, a well-known Cuban, as aleade. Rafael Iglesias, president of Costa Rica, and a number of his retainers, arrived in the country to visit President McKinley and see American cities. Rev. Dr. Lyman Abbott has an nounced his intention to resign the pastorate of Plymouth church, lsrook- lyn, which he has filled for 10 years. Gen. Dun Carlos Ruell, a distin guished veteran of both the Mexican and civil wars, died at his home near Rockport, Ky., at the age of 80 years. C. V. Couldock. the veteran actor, died at New York, lie had been seri ously ill for some time with indiges tion, nnd dropsy of the heart. He was born in 181.1. The Drevfus case has caused a quarrel between M. do Fre.ycinet, French min ister of war, and Gen. Zurhnden. the military governor of Paris, and the latter will be asked to resign. A personal letter from Admiral Dewey says: "1 trust the entire Philip pine archipelago will be retained by the United States. Any other arrange ment will lead to no end of trouble."' The news that, a detachment of the 2.';th U. S. infantry (colored) was to be stationed at Fort Logan II. Root, at Little Rock, Ark., has created a sensa tion there and trouble is sure to follow the advent of the Negro troops as oc cupants of that post. The sultan has ordere.l the closing of an orphanasre at lioitung which shelters (K homeless victims of the Armenian troubles. The institution is admirably managed by American mis sionaries, and being chiefly supported by Rritish charity. For the first time within the recol lection of lumber dealers the govern ment has appeared In the market as a buyer. The quartermaster's depart ment has been it t work getting bids for 40,000,000 feet of corse lumber for tise in Cuba, Porto Rico and the Phil ippines. The first American soldiers to camp at Havana were four companies of the Second volunteer engineers under Gen. Greene, which sailed from Tampa on the transport Florida nnd landed at Marianao wharf. With colors flying the companies marched two miles to their camping grounds. It is reported that Kmneror Menelik of Abyssinia is advancing on the rebels of Roru-Mitda with 100,000 men and a numerous train of artillery. It is be lieved that the objective of the Negus is the Uahr-El-Gazal basin and he will attempt to force a definite boundary settlement from Great jiritain. Secretary Long will recommend to congress a large increase of men and ships for the nav3 as follows: Three battleships of 13,500 tons displacement; three armored cruisers, of 12,000 tons displacement; three second-class cruis ers of C,000 tons; six third-class cruis ers, of 3,000 tons; also, to enlist 20,000 men and 2,500 boys. The Corbett-Sharkey fight at the Lenox Athletic club, New York City, ended in a fiasco. Corbett was very evidently getting the worst of it when, in the ninth round, one of his seconds jumped into the ring. This was a rank violation of the rules, therefore Referee Kelley awarded the contest to Sharkey and declared all bets off. The President is devoting all of his spare time to the preparation of his message to congress. Minor matters will be considered only briefly, and by far the larger share of the message will be devoted to the great questions which have been raised by the war. The indications now are that the mes sage will exceed in length any sent to congress during the last several years. A dispatch from Washington says: There is reason to believe that the ad ministration would be willing to pur chase from Spain not only the Philip pine and Ualan islands, but all of the Carolines and the I'elew group. The belief prevails that the Germans will bring pressure to bear upon Spain to prevent her from selling any of the Carolines to the United States. Such action would undoubtedly be looked upon as cause for a breach of friend ship. Don Maximo Cortez and his brother, Don Angel Cortez, representing one of the wealthiest and most distinguished native familiesof Manila have come to see President McKinley in regard to the annexation of the Philippines. He fays that none of the leading people in Manila think much of Aguinaldo in the course he has recently been taking; nor do they of Agoneillo, his repre sentative, who passed through Waslr ington some time ngo. "We do not want indcpender.ee. but annex ation. Only a few political insur gents are at present talking of independence." 70 LIVE3 LOST IN THE STORM. Latrr ltrports May Double the Death List on New Knglanri'a Coast. The most disastrous winter storm in years has swept over southern New England, New York and New Jersey. While great damage was done through out those sections, completely stopping operations on railroads street railways and telegraph lines, yet this was a small matter when considered in con nection with the terrible loss to life and hhipplng on the New England coast. It is known definitely that more than 70 lives have been lost in the wrecks of tugs, schooners and coal barges, and if the steamer Portland has also gone down, a? now seems possible, the list of casualties will rise to 107, with over 100 vessels of all descriptions ashore or under the waves of Massachusetts bay. There is scarcely a bay, harbor or inlet from the Penobscot to New London that has not on its shores the wreck of some stanch craft, while along Massa chusetts bay and especially Poston harbor the beaches are piled high with wreckage of schooners and coal barcres. Everv life savuiir crew per formed deeds of heroism in rescuing crews from stranded vessels, and tug boat captains risked life and property in their endeavor to save life. The steamer Portland, which it is now feared is lost, had in all l7 souls on board. The Portland is eompara tively new, a side-wheel steamer. Her length is 280 feet and she is valued at 8250.000. Several persons were frozen to death in and near New ork City. 83,800,000 Hotel Fire. The immense, six-story Paldwin hotel and theater buildinrr at San Francisco caught fire at 3 a. m. and was entirely destroyed. There were 800 people, truests and employes, in the hotel when the fire broke out, and a number of these people were at first thought to have lost their lives. Only two deaths resulted, however, they are: A. J. White and Louis Meyer, a eigar dealer, of Skaguay. liefore giving up his life, White saved the lives of three women. Meyer dropped dead from heart disease caused by the excitement. There were scores of narrow escapes, and Million aire E. J. "Lucky" P.aldwin, owner of the hotel, was almost pulled from his room. The watchman and elevator boy proved themselves heroes and saved manv lives bv their coolness. Mr. 15alu- win figures his loss at 52,500,000, with S100.000 insurance. Later The body of J. M. Leight head, purser of the City of Sidney, was found in the ruins. The body of an unknown woman has also been lounu, and it is now feared that there are still more victims in the debris. At least siv neonle are still missinrr. Fire Marshal Towne declares that the struc ture was a death trap. The entire scenic and mechanical effects and wardrobe of Wm. Gillette's Secret Ser vice company which occupied the theater, was destroyed by the fire. Knglanrt Protests to the Chinese. Sir Claude Macdonald, the Rritish minister at Pekin, will make the fol lowing representations to the Chinese government on the subjoined points, at an early date: 1. The treaty powers will not recog nize the restoration of the regency, on so flimsy a pretext as the ill-health of the emperor, which is not sufficient to justify a change in the sovercignt'. 2. The work of the reform started by the emperor must not be suspended, not only in the interests of peace in the east, but for the sake also of the maintenance of the Chinese empire. 3. It is contrary to principles of hu manity to visit capital punishment upon political antagonists, and this practice must be discontinued in the future. 4. That the Chinese government must take greater precautions to prevent as saults by natives on foreign residents in Pekin in broad daylight. John Overholt was fatally shot by a friend while hunting near Medina. THE MARKETS. LIVE STOCK. - Cattle Sheep Lambs Hogs Knxr York- IJest grades.. Lower grades CIliCMCO nest grades.. Lower grades 4 iK) f 1 H I 5 00 3 0) 5 7 3 01 4 2 3 40 SO) 3 35 3 7i 3.13 5 ftO 3 45 4 00 3 23 4 8 3 45 4 00 S 23 5 23 3 0 4 0J 3 40 5 41 3 63 4 00 3 43 .3 50i4t75 3 0J ,5 0Va7t .4 00j3 0J 4 43 2 7i Detroit Ttest grades... Lower grades. Iluffalo - Ilest grades... Lower grades. Cleveland Hest grades... Lower grades. Cincinnati nest grades... Lower grades. Pittsburg Hest grades... Lower grade. M 4 11 2519) 28) 3 7 )4 '2 4 2'i .2.VM5J3 73 3 00 1!Wa2 2 5J.fc35J 4 no 3 0) 4 0) 3 00 4 41 3 0) 39)14 4 .2 0(3 8 42"47t .3oaioi (lit A IN, ETC. Wheat. Corn. Oats. No. 2 red No. 2 mix No. 2 white New York 77(3,77 iOQiVl 30 3 14 Chicago f8(Jr8li SJttt 28iS3 "Detroit 7I7U4 313. 29 120 Toledo Tl&i 28123 Cincinnati 73 t7 35&3-tf 29 129 Cleveland 7J&70 33433;., 28J23 Pittsburg 7J'72 31333 29 129 lluffalo 71 371 31S34 28Q128H Detroit Hay. Ko. 1 tlmothv. HO!) per toa Potatoes. 3 c ir uu. Live Poultry, spring chickens, 0 per lb: fowls. fc; turkeys. l c; duck. 0i KKtf. strictly fresh. 2c per doz. Butler, best dairy, lc per lb; creamery, 2lc The commissary department dis patched the steamer Uratten from Sav annah with TOO tons of provisions for the starving people of Cuba, The Uratten will leave n portion of the caiyo at Havana nnd then will sail to Matanzas nnd other points. The late Edward Austin, of Iloston, bequeathed SI. 000,000 to educational in nstitutions: Harvard college, $.i00,000; the Massachusetts institute of tech nology, $400,000; Kadcliffe college, 530, ooo; Koanoke college, S30,0(0, and the Tuskogee, Ala., normal and Industrial school, $30,000. AN AFFAIR t& NATION It been SMd of Americans th&t they &re"& nation of dyspeptics" and it is true that few arc entirely free from disorders of the digestive tract, Indigestion . Dyspepsia, Stomach and Bovsel trouble, or Constipation. The treatment of these diseases with cathartic medicines too often ag gravates the trouble. THE LOGICAL TREATMENT ia the use of a remedy that will buid up the system, thereby enabling the various organs to act as Mature intended they should. Such a remedy is found in Or Vfilliams Pink Pills Vor rale reopiea nere ib xne uruur In Detroit there are few oldler more popular and efficient than Max R Daviea, first sergeant of Co. B. His home is at 416 Third Avenue. For four years he was a bookkeeper with the wholesale drug house of Farrand, Williams & Clark, and he says: "I have charged up many thousand rdcrs for Dr. Williams' rink Tills for Tale Teople, but never knew their .1. t ...-a tum tar the cure of chronic dvsDepsia. For two years worm uuui uv ... I suffered and doctored for that aggravating trouble but could only be helped temporarily. "I think dyspepsia li one of the most stubborn of ailments, and there is scarcely a clerk or office man but what is more or less a victim. Some days X could eat anything, while at other times I would be starving. Those distressed pains would force me to quit work. I have tried many treatments and remedies but they would help only for a time. A friend induced me to try Dr. Williams' rink Pills for Tale Teople, and after tak. ing a few doses I found much relief and after using several boxes I was cured. I know these pills will cure dyspepsia of its worst form and I an pleased to recommend them." Dttreit Mick.) Journal. Tnc genuine package '&&ys be&r the n&me. At til druOOistv ot tnt ptmptad on receipt of ptUt.50! per boi.by tKe 0r.rYiUiams Medicine Co.,SiheneiU(y,N.v. TOO GOOD TO BE FREE! But send 23c and wo ttUX ; mail you a trial treatment of '5 Drops." Cured Nervous Prostration, Rheumatism, Catarrh and Stomach Trouble. MOTHER AND 3 DAUGHTERS CURED BY "5 DR0PS." tbadi mark. Swanon Rheumatic Care Co., Chicago, July 23, '93. I think "5 MOPS" lathe best medicine in the world: it has done me so much good. Before using "5 DB0PS" I could hardly lie in bed long enough to go to sleep. I would have to get up and -walk around, or Fit up in beJ. I don't know what was tn matter with me, but I was suffering all through me and my body was to tender that fart of the time I could hardly lie on the Boftest bed. As it 1ms benefitted me so much have recommended it to my neighbors. Three of my daughters have sent to you for, u5 DB0PS;" also two of my lady friends. One of my daughters wns suffering terribly, with her stomach, and was all bloated up until she weighed 174 pounds, but after sh took "5 DB0PS" her weight came down to 140 pounds her normal weight and she is all rieht again. She thinks there never wns such medicine made. I myself think it is splendid. MRS. M. A. MATTIISULY, Collbrnn. Col. i Mr. Ira Sargent, Dunbar (TTeb.), also writes under date July 25, 'il, that ho is cured of Rheumatism, Stomach Trouble and Catarrh. ''I want to write you In regard, to my case of 8TOMACH TROUBLE and RHEUMATISM. I commenced one year ag6 to take '5 DROPS' and I can tell you to-day that though I am 75 YEARS OLD and paV I feel like a new person. I don't want to be without '5 DROPS.' 5 DROPS has th E raise of being the best medicine on the market. It has cured a bad caso of CATARRH ere and has another almost cured, l'lease accept my thanks for the favors I have re ceived at your hands. a m IRA SARuLrsT." If yon have- not iuflJclcnt confidence, after reading thee letters to cnd for three larjje pottles iTor 4ft pepsin lleada llDflDQ" express. This wonderful curative elves almoin tn'tsnt relief and US WJ aV i3 .,.r.nnt iii- for K henma tUra. Seis tlcw. JNeura'Kla. tTS" epsU. llackache. Asthma. liar Fever, Catarrh. Kleepiensnes-, Nervoas and Neursvlri 1 -1 .! w..k.... fuih.Ahn i'urarhr. Crmin. La. drlnoe. Malaria. CreepukSX X am bnes j, Bronchitis, and kindred diseases. He nDADPlf is the name and dose. Large bottle (300 doses) $1.00, prepaid by O UKUril mail or express; three bottles $2.50. Sold only by us and our agents, aqints appointed in nhw territory, write to-day. 8WANSON RHEUMATIC CURE CO., 167 Dearborn St., Chicago, III. Argentine Locust Antidote. It is reported from Argentine that a little insect, called there the champi, will probably extinguish the locusts, as they devour the eggs of the latter and multiply rapidly on such food. Sev eral artificial, as well as natural, de stroyers of the Argentine locusts have been reported, but usually nature pro vides something that reduces the ex cessive increase of such pests or de stroys them. Excursions to the West and Southwest Via Missouri Pacific Railway and Iron Mountain Route. Do not conclude your arrangements for your California trip until you get full particulars of our "Pacific Coast Limited," a new and palatial Pullman vestlbuled train. "A Summer Route for Winter Travel," and only three days to California. Through Pullman tourist sleepers to California and Portland, Ore. Harvest excursions on the first and third Tues day of each month to certain points In the west and southwest at one fare, plus $2. Write for full information, map folders, land books about Mis souri, Arkansas, Texas, Kansas or Nebraska, ddress Bissell Wilson, D. P. A., Ill Adams street, Chicago. Terhaps So. Papa Mercy! What an Interroga tion point you are! I'm eure I didn't ask such strings of questions when I was a boy." Little Son Perhaps if you bad you'd know more. Ex. Uo South This Ulnter. For the present winter season the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Com pany has Improved its already nearly perfect through service of Pullman Vestlbuled Sleeping Cars and elegant day coaches from Cincinnati, Louis ville, St. Louis and Chicago, to Mobile, New Orleans and the Gulf Coast, Thom asvllle, Ga., Pensacola, Jacksonville, Tampa, Palm Beach and other points In Florida. Perfect connection will be made with steamer lines for Cuba, Por to Rico, Nassau and West Indian ports. Tourist and Home-Seekers excursion tickets on sale at low rates. Write C. P Atmore, General Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky., for particulars. For every man who is unable to aland prosperity there are millions who would like to try. MEN AT WORK OR ON PLEASURE DENT I A Of! DO tflfll "IF AT FIRST YOU DON'T SUCCEED," TRY &APf)l It Cures Colds. Coughs. Sore Throat, Croup. In fluenza. Whooping Cough, Bronchitis and Asthma. A certain cure lor Consumption in first stage and a sure reliel in advanced stages. Use at one. You will see the excellent effect after taking tho . first dose. Sold by dealers everywhere. Largo. I bottles 25 cents and 60 cents. fj TCI1T secured or yirtrd. Feftrcnfresv I A I til I CoKamer&Co. 2345 Ft.,TVtQ.D.C. WANTED Case of Tad hesltn tliat R-I-P-A-lf-S will not benefit. 8cnd 5 cents to Ktpans Chemical Co., New York, for 10 samples an4 ljxx) testimonials. The Elkhart Normal School rSSifffgH ELKHAUT, INDIANA. Circulars Free. Spanish War Pensions! Write TA11F.U .V WIIITMAX CO., Attorney", Wardi-r lildg., Vnhlng-ton, I. C nDHDCV NEW DISCOVERY: J V quick rellff an.! t'irrwor raws. benJ for book of t-ntimontal and lOdaTB treatment Free. Or. iLULtiaikii'iifcOSB. AUaai. r- r. n O A Uimrlrr Century of Jer UnUrO I nifuifiit cures. inmiMliat Kfllif. lOdiyt1 r I I rCT trial treatment. CURE nnd book of t.H- WUIVL tiuinntaW trf. II. llAUTi: CO.. . I-owera pnpp' l.Vi I'm It look, Kui-Kcatcr, . Y. CHEAP FARMS DO YOU WJH1T A HOME? 100, 000 ACRES FJfH? soM on long time and ey paymenta, a llttls each year. Tome and a us or write. TUB TKUMAM MOSS STATE HANK', Sanilac Center, Mich., or THE TRUMAN MOSS ESTATE, Croswcll, Sanilac Co., Mlchw When Answering Ads Please Mention (his Paper ACCIDENTAL HURT are always subject to soma OR PHYSICAL STRAIN. Is a good friend in such timc3 of need $ it cures surely.